RUSSIAN INDUSTRIAL POLICY: WHAT ARE THE PRIORITIES?
Russian policymakers have made the transition from an economy heavily dependent upon commodity exports to a more diversified model characterized by innovative, value-added production as a priority objective. What industries stand to benefit first from such a restructuring? How might such a strategy position Russia in the global division of production? What practical measures should be taken first to bring this industrial policy to fruition?
Sergey Brilev , Anchor, Deputy Director, Russia TV Channel; President, The Bering-Bellingshausen Institute for the Americas
Siegfried Wolf , Chairman of the Board of Directors, Russian Machines Corporation
Denis Manturov , Minister of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation
Paul Meehan , Regional Managing Director, Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA), Bain & Company
Henri Poupart-Lafarge , President of Transport Sector, Executive Vice-President, Alstom
Alexei Rakhmanov , President, United Shipbuilding Corporation
Andrey Sapelin , First Deputy Chairman, State Corporation Bank for Development and Foreign Economic Affairs (Vnesheconombank)
Vladislav Soloviev , Chief Executive Officer, Chairman of the Management Board, Member of the Board, RUSAL
Victor Tolokonsky , Governor of Krasnoyarsk Territory
Vladimir Yakunin , Chairman of Supervisory Board, DOC Research Institute; Doctor of Political Science
Front row participants
Ruslan Grinberg , Director, FSBIS «Institute of Economics of the Russian Academy of Sciences»
Sergey Sidorsky , Member of the Eurasian Economic Commission Board (Minister) in Charge of Industry and Agriculture; Doctor of Technical Sciences, Honourary Professor, Belarusian State University of Transport